Hepatitis C Nearly Doubles the Risk for Kidney Cancer

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Syndicated medical journalist John Schieszer discusses a new study that adds to mounting evidence that infection with hepatitis C virus (HCV) causes disease that extends beyond the liver. The finding suggests a more careful surveillance of newly diagnosed kidney cancers for the presence of HCV infection, a researcher says.

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